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  1. Sacramento es la capital del estado estadounidense de California y del Condado de Sacramento. Está situada a 120 km al noreste de San Francisco. Según la Oficina del Censo, en 2000 tenía una población de 486 189 personas y una densidad poblacional de 1818 personas por km². La ciudad es la sexta más poblada de California, y el área metropolitana de Sacramento es la cuarta más poblada del estado. Se encuentra sobre la orilla izquierda del curso bajo del río homónimo. Fue ...

  2. Sacramento is the northern terminus of the Amtrak California San Joaquins route which provide direct multiple-frequency passenger rail service to California's Central Valley as far as Bakersfield; Thruway Motorcoach connections are available from the trains at Bakersfield to Southern California and Southern Nevada.

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    Sacramento County was one of the original counties of California, which were created in 1850 at the time of statehood. The county was named after the Sacramento River, which forms its western border. The river was named by Spanish cavalry officer Gabriel Moraga for the Santisimo Sacramento (Most Holy Sacrament), referring to the Catholic Eucharist....

    According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 994 square miles (2,570 km2), of which 965 square miles (2,500 km2) is land and 29 square miles (75 km2) (3.0%) is water. Most of the county is at an elevation close to sea level, with some areas below sea level. The highest point in the county is Carpenter Hill at 828 feet (252 m)...


    The Government of Sacramento County is defined and authorized under the California Constitution, California law, and the Charter of the County of Sacramento. Much of the Government of California is in practice the responsibility of county governments such as the Government of Sacramento County, while municipalities such as the city of Sacramento and Folsomprovide additional, often non-essential services. It is composed of the elected five-member Board of Supervisors, several other elected off...


    The Sacramento County Sheriffprovides court protection and jail management for the entire county. It provides patrol and detective services for the unincorporated areas of the county. Incorporated municipalities within the county that have their own municipal police departments or contract with the Sacramento County sheriff for their policing are: Elk Grove, 170,000, municipal department; Citrus Heights, 88,000, municipal department; Folsom, 78,000, municipal department; Isleton, sheriff cont...


    Sacramento County was politically competitive in most presidential elections between 1976 and 2004, but now votes significantly in favor of the Democratic candidates. Candidates from the Democratic Party have carried the county in the past eight presidential elections, and have won a majority of the county's votes four times during that time (in 2008, 2012, 2016, and 2020). The city of Sacramento is strongly Democratic, while rural areas are strongly Republican; suburban areas are more divide...

    The following table includes the number of incidents reported and the rate per 1,000 persons for each type of offense.

    Colleges and universities

    Public universities 1. California State University Sacramento 2. UC Davis Extension 2.1. UC Davis School of Medicine 2.2. UC Davis Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing Community colleges 1. Los Rios Community College District 1.1. American River College 1.2. Cosumnes River College 1.3. Folsom Lake College 1.4. Sacramento City College 2. Sierra College Private, not for profit 1. University of the Pacificin Sacramento 2. National UniversitySacramento Regional Campus 3. University of San Francisc...

    K-12 education

    School districts include: K-12: Secondary: 1. Galt Joint Union High School District 2. Roseville Joint Union High School District Elementary:

    Public Transportation

    Sacramento Regional Transit District, also known as Sacramento RT, provides public transit throughout the county. It operates bus services, as well as light rail services on the Blue, Green, and Gold lines. In addition, the Yolobus provides Sacramento County with service connecting to destinations in neighboring Yolo County, such as Davis. Sacramento RT and Yolobus both provide bus services connecting Sacramento with Sacramento International Airport. Amtrak and its Amtrak California subsidiar...

    Major highways

    1. I-5 2. I-80 3. I-80 BL 4. US 50 5. SR 12 6. SR 16 7. SR 84 8. SR 99 9. SR 104 10. SR 160 11. SR 220 12. SR 275


    Sacramento International Airport is a major, full-service airport with passenger flights. It is owned by the County of Sacramento. The county also owns Sacramento Mather Airport in Rancho Cordova and Sacramento Executive Airport, both of which are general aviation airports. Sacramento McClellan Airport, formerly McClellan Air Force Base, is a privately owned airport between North Highlands and Rio Linda. There are also privately owned public use airports located in Elk Grove and Rio Linda.


    1. Citrus Heights 2. Elk Grove 3. Folsom 4. Galt 5. Isleton 6. Rancho Cordova 7. Sacramento(county seat)

    Unincorporated community

    1. Locke

    Former townships

    In February 1851, the county was divided into eight civil townships: the seven marked by asterisks below, plus Sacramento township. In July of that year, American township was divided off from Sacramento township. In 1856, the Board of Supervisors realigned the divisions into the 14 civil townships below, plus the city of Sacramento.

  3. A sacrament is a religious act that gives people divine grace (being liked or favored by God.) Sacramento was started in 1848 by John Sutter. It was a very important place during the California Gold Rush. The Gold Rush was the time after gold was found in California. Many people came to California to find gold. They did this to make money.

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    Según la Oficina del Censo, el condado tiene un área total de 2577 km², de la cual 2501.9 km² es tierra y 77.7 km²(3.00%) es agua.

    En el censo[2]​ de 2000, había 1 223 499 personas, 453 602 hogares y 297 562 familias residiendo en el condado. La densidad poblacional era de 489 personas por km². En el 2000 había 474 814 unidades habitacionales en una densidad de 190 por km². La demografía del condado era de 64.02% blancos, 10.53% afroamericanos, 1.09% amerindios, 13.53% asiátic...

    Principales autopistas

    1. Interestatal 5 2. Interestatal 80 3. Interestatal 80 Business 4. U.S. Route 50 5. Ruta Estatal 16 6. Ruta Estatal 70 7. Ruta Estatal 99 8. Ruta Estatal 104 9. Ruta Estatal 160

    Wikimedia Commons alberga una categoría multimedia sobre Condado de Sacramento.
  4. The history of Sacramento, California, began with its founding by Samuel Brannan and John Augustus Sutter, Jr. in 1848 around an embarcadero that his father, John Sutter, Sr. constructed at the confluence of the American and Sacramento Rivers a few years prior. Sacramento was named after the Sacramento River, which forms its western border.

  5. La capital de California es Sacramento [50] El estado está organizado en tres ramas de gobierno: la rama ejecutiva, formada por el gobernador y los demás funcionarios constitucionales elegidos de forma independiente; la rama legislativa, formada por la Asamblea y el Senado; y la rama judicial, formada por el Tribunal Supremo de California y los tribunales inferiores.